Public Service Broadcasting - The War Room (12″ Vinyl Edition, Reissue)

Country: U.K.
Label: Test Card Recordings
Released: 20 June 2015
Genre: Electronic / Krautrock
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* 12″ Vinyl Edition, Reissue

Description (English):
BBC 6music and Artrocker approved duo Public Service Broadcasting take samples from old public information films, archive footage and propaganda and layer them over rock / electronica. For this The War Room EP they took inspiration from WWII propaganda films.

A1 If War Should Come 4:37
A2 London Can Take It 3:28
B1 Spitfire 3:56
B2 Dig For Victory 3:17
B3 Waltz For George 2:24

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